What's Money Worth, Anyway?

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A survey by Visa shows that the average British citizen spends $61 a week that they can't account for. That's $153 billion a year Britons spent, but couldn't remember where. Here's one place the cash could go: Last night, a Mexican company introduced a new brand of tequila. It's $225,000 a bottle. For those on a smaller budget, the company also sells a tequila for $150,000 a pop.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

A survey by Visa shows that the average British person spends $61 a week that he or she cannot account for. That's $153 billion a year Brits spend but can't remember where. Here's one place the cash could go: Last night, a Mexican company introduced a new brand of tequila. It cost $225,000 a bottle. For those on a smaller budget, the company also sells a tequila for $150,000. This is MORNING EDITION.

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